taxes at this stage of the game. >> reporter: so, expect a very big week, talking about the economy from the white house and the president. he started it this morning in his weekly address. he says his policies, so far, have at least stopped the bleeding in the economy. >> okay, david. thank you. and for more on the president's latest plans to jump-start the economy, let's bring in chief economics correspondent for "the wall street journal," jon hilsenrath, joining us from washington. good to see you, jon. >> thanks, bianna. >> let's walk through this. we saw more private jobs added than expected. that led to a major rally on wall street. how should main street be reacting to this report, though? >> this is consistent with a lot of other things that we've seen which suggests, "a," the economy is not going into a double-dip recession. that's the good news. but the bad news is, the recovery is so slow, that it's barely creating any jobs. 67,000 is not enough to get the unemployment rate down. so, we're in a long, hard slog.